If you are a parent, a camper, a staff member, an alumni or just browsing for fun ideas, you'll want to check out our Appel Farm Arts Camp Pinterest page. Lots of great stuff on there from camp games and crafts, to packing ideas, to recipes, and campfire stories. We'll keep pinning away!
This past Monday, Appel Farm directors hit the road and visited over 20 families from New York and New Jersey. We got to enjoy ice cream and talk about camp, which is always refreshing in these cold, winter months.
Appel Farm Arts Camp’s new 1-week session offers young people, ages 7-13, the opportunity to explore the magic of our overnight arts camp! Campers will experience Appel Farm’s visual and performing arts programs along with our traditional camp activities, make new friends, and have lots of fun!
Welcome to the Appel Farm School Year Blog! Every day campers, staff, and parents will be treated to something new. Each day of the week will highlight a different theme and core value, so be sure to tune into your favorite segments.
Appel Farm has gained two new life-long friends this month, so for our first Fun Friday blog of the season, we would like to introduce you to Rachel Chadwin, Assistant Camp Director and Saucy Sam, adorable camp creature. Read on to find out more about their adventure.
Session Two 2013 was absolutely incredible! It's crazy to think that these wonderful and talented campers arrived only four weeks ago. It some ways it felt like forever, but it also seemed like the session flew by. In true camp fashion, our last full day at camp was a busy one. After breakfast, the campers went back to pack and try to find their belongings that have been strewn all over their bunks.
Yesterday’s performances were all about the talented musicians on camp. Starting with The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, the sole musical of the session, and ending with two phenomenal Music Concerts.